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Alexander Reed Kelly> Privacy by Design

Privacy by Design By Alexander Reed Kelly   July 24, 2012    truthdig.com Furryscaly (CC BY-SA 2.0) NEW YORK—Nicholas Merrill wants to change the world. So he tells me over rice and beans at Lupe’s East LA Kitchen in Soho, roughly a dozen blocks from where the World Trade Center once stood. He is perfectly serious. At 39 […]

Video> A history lesson on American relations with Iran

History Lesson on US-Iran Relations Posted on 02/19/2012 by Juan Cole A history lesson on American relations with Iran Join Us!  Subscribe to WAMMToday from our blog website and “Follow” us.  riseuptimes.wordpress.com.    WAMMToday is now on Facebook!   Check the WAMMToday page for posts from this blog and more! “Like” our page today.

Petition to Supreme Court of Alaska to Block NDAA Indefinite Detention Provides Model For All

Petition to Supreme Court of Alaska to Block NDAA Indefinite Detention Provides Model For All by VVV PR   Wednesday, 25 January 2012   RSN Writing for Godot While the mainstream media blackout keeps millions of Americans clueless about the consequences of NDAA 2012 and Constitutional Rights groups do little more than milk the issue, in Alaska […]

Video> America’s Longest War: New Study Examines Demographics of U.S. Casualties in Afghanistan> Democracy Now!

America’s Longest War: New Study Examines Demographics of U.S. Casualties in Afghanistan  Democracy Now!   October 10, 2011 Nearly 1,800 U.S. military members have been killed in Afghanistan since the war began there 10 years ago — the longest war in U.S. history. A new report examines these deaths, based on information drawn from obituaries and […]

An apology to my government officials re: torture

Dear President Obama, Attorney General Holder, Senators Klobuchar and Franken, and Congressman Ellison: I wish to apologize for all the emails I have been sending you on the issue of accountability for U.S.-committed torture. I did not realize that as government officials who took oaths to uphold the Constitution, you were protecting many more rights […]